Instead of laying around on the couch, watching Murder She Wrote while sipping Ginger Ale and avoiding all phone calls from her mother-in-law like a normal pregnant lady in the first trimester, Mary chose to make haste to the hill country of Judea. This was a difficult voyage of nearly 100 miles over rocky, hilly land that Mary braved because she was an almost sickeningly caring person who, despite any discomfort caused by her own pregnancy, was more worried about her pregnant cousin than herself. Archaeologists aren’t entirely sure of the exact length of her journey, however, as her pedometer has not yet been recovered.
This is a print mounted on wood with a hanger I back. Please allow up to a week for artisaning.